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February 21, 2017

'How the UK government can hack your personal data'

From the moment you set foot on British soil, your personal data could easily be accessed, or even hacked, by the government. New invasive legislation has been dubbed by critics as one of the...

Queen jubilee landmark snubbed by Commonwealth

Celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II's diamond jubilee are reaching fever pitch in Britain, but apathy rules elsewhere in her far-flung realm as critics assail the relevance of a colonial-era monarchy.The queen has been head of the 54-nation Commonwealth si ...

Planned government surveillance power poses threat to journalists' sources

Government plans to introduce wide-ranging powers to monitor people’s emails, web history, phone calls and text messages could pose a new threat to journalists, writes Cleland Thom. The rules mean that the ‘who, when and where’ of every electronic message ...

Tech community unites against planned web censorship

Nancy ScolaEver since the days of Napster, the online music store and best buy company, both the recording and movie industry have treated the internet as a place on the map marked “here be dragons.” For the last decade, Hollywood and big music have spent ...

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